Fleur Lind has sent in a short story that was inspired by a Daily News story, about Warwick's abandoned shopping trolleys. She describes the life of a shopping trolley and how each day passes by in its life. The things it has to go through and how it assists us in our shopping experience. The difficulties and joyous moments in their life.
Harry was recently interviewed by Richard Ault from the Stoke Sentinel and has been featured in The Cheadle and Tean Times. Born in Staffordshire and spending some time growing up in West Yorkshire, the author had a very varied and interesting childhood. He had always had a keen interest in theatre and film and on leaving school worked for Moss Empires then went on to work for The J Arthur Rank Organization.
The book launch took place at Penola Library that went very well, there were huge number of attendees who enjoyed the evening. The feedback from the event has been incredibly humbling and uplifting for the author. Apart from being an excellent author, Ann's adventurous life includes: cooking for shearers, training racehorses with husband Philip and working for two decades in the vineyard industry.
Ivor Jones trained as a highway engineer before joining Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth on a flying course. After the Navy, he worked as a photographer before retiring to Somerset. Writing interests included submissions to ‘Week Ending', ‘News Huddlines', and local newspapers. He has also produced original material for a group of visually-impaired actors as well.
College Girls gets featured in Donegal Now as Coyle lets out the story that has been in her head for 30 years. The story holds the lives of three women; Cathy, Ethna and Meave living in Dublin during the ’70s. Cathy is nineteen and is crazy for action; she compares leaving boarding school with the feeling of leaving prison!
David McCaddon is an IT systems consultant who has worked in computing for over 46 years and has spent the past 34 years specialising in Law Enforcement Computer Systems Development. His investigative systems experience has seen him working with police forces worldwide in the design and development of major incident and analysis systems.
Carol Lynne Steingreaber graduated with double majors in English Literature and Writing, proclaiming on her graduation day, "Someday I will write a book!" She worked as a correspondent, proofreader and copywriter before starting her tenure as a stay-at-home mom.
Robert Dawson became a journalist and crime, police specialist. Later, he retrained as a teacher, retiring as a head. Since then he has written full time and is an acknowledged authority on British Romanies.
Noel and Brea meet at university and fall in love, despite their very different backgrounds. From the start, Noel has no doubt that he will marry Brea. His mother, however, has other plans. She's chosen a well-connected future wife for him and is determined to separate him from Brea. Despite her opposition, they set up home and create a life together.
The British husband and wife team, calling themselves Karen David, believe strongly that people are far too busy in their manic modern lives to find time to sit down with their family and enjoy a traditional fantasy story. Karen is a housewife, who has suffered with a crippling form of Lupus. She has been able to put her heart and soul into the book allowing her to forget about her Lupus and coming to terms with the tragic passing of their dog and dear close friend.
John Hill writes a blog about his autobiographic book. The author, graduating as a geologist witnessed "winds of change" in the Solomon Islands and Malaya. Transferring to Australia, he worked for several companies during the halcyon post WWII reconstruction decades. This book records issues prior to the ‘low dishonest decade’ of the 1930s when Europe sleepwalked its way to war.